In his three starts in the LIV Golf breakout series, Phil Mickelson has struggled mightily to conjure up the game that earned him a spot in the World Golf Hall of Fame.

He has a collective 26 over par before playing Sunday's final round

Still, the 52-year-old is still a big winner, according to a Forbes report. On Friday, the magazine released its list of the highest-paid golfers for 2022.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, seven of the top 10 were players who jumped on the LIV Golf

franchise and signed eight- and nine-figure guaranteed contracts,

with that money counting toward PlayForbes estimates that overall LIV Golf has increased the earnings of the top 10 golfers

By an estimated $370 million since May, bringing their total haul to a record $650 million.

Here's the list, Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Jordan Spieth aren't the only LIV refugees. 1: Phil Mickelson, $138 million ($102 million on the course / $36 million off the course)